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Best Horns Poems

Below are the all-time best Horns poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of horns poems written by PoetrySoup members


Premium Member New World Order
The Rulers wield their silver shields,
             wear golden coronets
while warders guard the prison...

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Categories: horns, drug, society,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Achilles, Bloody Battles, Death's Black Hand As Was Fated Part Three, the Conclusion
Achilles, Bloody Battles, Death's Black Hand As Was Fated
Part Three, (the Conclusion)

Dawn, bright rays fell upon Achilles and his band
exiting ship, Greek sandals felt soft...

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Categories: horns, art, character, dedication, literature, mythology, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Forbidden Love
Is it possible that an angel and a demon could fall in love?
And, remain soul mates for all eternity?
Yes, and I will tell you how...

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Categories: horns, angel, dark, fantasy, love, romantic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Thought Police
I'm afraid
So afraid
Of being arrested
By the thought police

Their rules are many
Think this
Think that
Don't diverge from the normal
Stop playing on the street corner of tomorrow
Let sleeping...

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Categories: horns, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Where The Woods Open
There's a path I always take
down to the river where the woods
are dressed down open
The light of the sky
doesn't shine in your eyes
but leads the...

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Categories: horns, autumn, imagery, inspirational, lonely, nature, solitude,
Form: Free verse



RED ANGEL
RED  ANGEL

I see the fire in your eyes!
This Red Angel, who's not human, intriguing with lies.
Pointing to the path that leads to paradise.
Ending Revelations...

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Categories: horns, angel, beauty, care, celebration, conflict, corruption,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Follow The Bouncing Ball

She dresses the land down
in a virginal bridal gown 
a masterfully cut and sewn chenille 
shines brightly with a fine crystal appeal

Her assistants work quite diligently
to add special...

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Categories: horns, cheer up, , cute,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dril-Baby-Drill

...and the wind..!
 was, 
electric. 
there was water..!
there was sun..! 
...it was all renewable...
the energy, 
powered, 
sustained, 
life..! 

Fossil liquids burning 
emitting toxins 
that was...

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Categories: horns, environment,
Form: Narrative
In Perfect Equilibrium: A Collaboration with Chris :D Aechtner
             An inner earthquake rattles him again
      ...

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Categories: horns, faith, hope, introspection, light,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member New York Street Horse

Plunked down in chaos
from a gentler time,
blinkered from the traffic
he pulls the coach along.
Patient, in his harness bond
he tugs at hearts, with pathos-
as to his...

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Categories: horns, animal, courage, dedication, freedom, horse, new
Form: Rhyme
The Return of the Gay Knight
For my satire group, and for Will; a fairy tale

To a fanfare of horns
The young knight returned
With a tale of slain dragons to tell
The princesses...

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Categories: horns, community, fantasy, humor, love, lust, mythology,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Campfire and Tall Tales
Campfire And Tall Tails

Friends and sons come walking into the campsite all dress in camo from their long day’s hunt
Around the crackling campfire, they all...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horns, father, friend, friendship, nature, son,
Form: Light Verse
And then I opened that door- for comp
(For Competition 'And then I opened THAT door', sponsor- John Lawless)


My relationship had broken down, when love ran out of gas
so down life's dark and...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horns, allegory,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Veil of Evil - Jimmy Savile

       Oh, if only ...

If only monsters ...
LOOKED like monsters.
If they lurked ONLY in the dark,
Glowing red eyes and...

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Categories: horns, abuse, anger, child abuse, evil, horror,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Skyline Art To Home
Skyline Art to Home

Skylines
Puncturing clear blue blue skies,
Evidence of mankind’s rise,
Or fall.

Skylines
Winky, Twinkly, in dark black nights
Changing, changing ‘til dawn from twilight,
Low or tall.

Skylines
Wrapped in...

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Categories: horns, appreciation, art, imagery,
Form: I do not know?
Apology in advance
The long haired voice spoke 
now the truth is heard 
at last we have awoke

Ice the bruised ego 
burnt by the allure of fire 
first...

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Categories: horns, appreciation, celebration, encouraging,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member SONG OF SAN FRANCISCO HILLS
This is about San Francisco,1967

Oh, yes that city had its own song!
It was a siren's call that sang;
"Here, Panagiota, is where you do belong!"
And my...

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Categories: horns, adventure, america, memory, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Beauty of Lucifer
until an hour before the devil fell,
God thought him beautiful in heaven . . . 
         ...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horns, angel, evil, heaven, pride,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member THE DALLAS COWBOYS
THE DALLAS COWBOYS

Can you not hear the rumblings of that distant herd coming,
The loud thundering of destiny’s champions crossing, the NFL
Field of dreams, beware the...

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© cherl dunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horns, dedication, football, heart, imagery, sister, sports,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member OUT OF THE WATER
Hooves of aquatic thunder these white steeds
Of wonder, slamming against the coral reef
As hail storms rage, set us free their voices
Softly speak through the seashells...

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© cherl dunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horns, adventure, america, beauty, imagination, inspirational, mythology,
Form: Free verse
I Sing Africa
All's not about Darfur
I've seen it, eerie winds
Moonlight through our thatch

We kissed round, one *palmie gourd
Kigali was but a miss
Waist-beads - beats to love

Have you...

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Categories: horns, black-african amergrandmother,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Portrait of a Public Servant
It is 3:00 a.m. on an icy cold winter morning.
A piercing alarm shatters the silence at the station, and
he is sped away on a flashing...

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Categories: horns, courage, dedication, tribute,
Form: Prose
Premium Member The Wolf - Part 3
...... Part 3 ......


The old wolf creeps, the old wolf leaps
on prey he’s been a’ trackin’ –
a deer adorned with branchin’ horns
is torn by beasts...

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Categories: horns, nature, old,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member THE YELLOW SHINE

What golden fevers disease drives the madman’s insanity,
A toxic yellow shines metal, that glitter beneath the polar Aurora,
Of greed’s horded treasure of the Klondike’s curse!
By...

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© cherl dunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horns, adventure, boat, death, history, image, imagination,
Form: Free verse
Light On the Devil's Chord - Day 14
Despite his impatience to show me his hell,
He waited for me in my rest, 
Lying upon the ground, I awoke in prayer,
Thanking God above and...

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Categories: horns, adventure, anxiety, conflict, courage, dark, holocaust,
Form: Epic